adidas just launched their collaboration with South-Korean TV Series, “Show Me The Money”. The two teamed up for two Ultra Boosts that featured a white and black special edition colorway.

Show Me The Money began it’s South Korean TV series dominance in 2012 and has been going strong since. The show will be ending in 2019 which likely is the reason why they will be receiving their own adidas Ultra Boost. The show centered around rap and hip-hop culture and is recognized as one of the main forces of growing rap in South Korea cities. As hip-hop and sneaker culture go hand in hand, adidas looks to recognize them for their contributions.

Releasing two adidas Ultra Boosts, fans can either choose between a white or black pair. Each takes on their designated colorway all throughout and features a speckled pattern across the toe and midfoot. Both feature silver Three Stripes branding on the midfoot that is complemented with tonal backing. A dual-branded tongue solidifies the collaboration as well as Show Me The Money insoles. 3M laces tie the shoe down while a matching Boost midsole is placed in perfectly for each pair.


Just released in Korea, we are not sure as of yet if these will release for the States as well. If and when they do they will be available at select retailers and likely in Men’s sizing. Expect a retail price higher than the normal $180 to be placed in as well. When we get more information on the pair JustFreshKicks has you covered so stay tuned for updates and more details when applicable. Take a look at both pairs below for a better look.